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Poll Results: Which Ivy Bridge CPU did you buy?

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  • 50% of voters (692)
    i5 3570k
  • 43% of voters (586)
    i7 3770k
  • 6% of voters (91)
    Other
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Under a prime95 blend test I get mid-50s, low-60s with an ambient of about 25-27oC. If I fold/BOINC and the loop is heated up, it can get somewhere around 65-68. Do note that these are the temps on three of my cores. Core 1 (the second one since they count as 0-3) is always about 10oC higher, but I've learned to disregard it as long as I don't let it near Tj Max.
In idle (no C-states so 4.5GHz without load) I can stay below or around the 30oC mark, but this XSPC waterblock is a bit old and there are better ones.
Also do note that currently my loop is a bit shortened as I only use the 2 RX360 but also one of the GPUs is gone. Overall maximum heat load while 24/7 usage is under 500W.
I have a friend who has a 3570k and that CPU is an absolute sucker. Anything past 4.3 (which, mind you, takes no more than 1.3V) and it loses stability, regardless of all settings. I've even tried it on my motherboard. Now that is a bad clocker, haha.

Indeed, with such abysmal IPC difference there is no actual reason not to take the proven clocker, unless you mainly need PCI-E 3.0.

V nice. I use less volts but get similar/higher temps. Im using a 360 and 240 though, with 2 graphics cards.
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Under a prime95 blend test I get mid-50s, low-60s with an ambient of about 25-27oC. If I fold/BOINC and the loop is heated up, it can get somewhere around 65-68. Do note that these are the temps on three of my cores. Core 1 (the second one since they count as 0-3) is always about 10oC higher, but I've learned to disregard it as long as I don't let it near Tj Max.
In idle (no C-states so 4.5GHz without load) I can stay below or around the 30oC mark, but this XSPC waterblock is a bit old and there are better ones.
Also do note that currently my loop is a bit shortened as I only use the 2 RX360 but also one of the GPUs is gone. Overall maximum heat load while 24/7 usage is under 500W.
I have a friend who has a 3570k and that CPU is an absolute sucker. Anything past 4.3 (which, mind you, takes no more than 1.3V) and it loses stability, regardless of all settings. I've even tried it on my motherboard. Now that is a bad clocker, haha.

Indeed, with such abysmal IPC difference there is no actual reason not to take the proven clocker, unless you mainly need PCI-E 3.0.

V nice. I use less volts but get similar/higher temps. Im using a 360 and 240 though, with 2 graphics cards.

Unless under heavy load I imagine the second card should dump no more than 50W in the loop unless you block ULPS and run it at max clock and VCore, at which point the figure would jump to ~90W instead of 50W for your listed OC (assuming you didn't go nuts with the VCore offset smile.gif ).
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Unless under heavy load I imagine the second card should dump no more than 50W in the loop unless you block ULPS and run it at max clock and VCore, at which point the figure would jump to ~90W instead of 50W for your listed OC (assuming you didn't go nuts with the VCore offset smile.gif ).

Don't use vcore offset, just flat volts and no core step either, and yeah I block ULPS. About an hour on the Prime95 max heat test, the highest core (which is circa 5-10c hotter than the rest) will hit about 73c

It's not bad, but looking at the volts others are using in comparison, it's not great.
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Unless under heavy load I imagine the second card should dump no more than 50W in the loop unless you block ULPS and run it at max clock and VCore, at which point the figure would jump to ~90W instead of 50W for your listed OC (assuming you didn't go nuts with the VCore offset smile.gif ).

Don't use vcore offset, just flat volts and no core step either, and yeah I block ULPS. About an hour on the Prime95 max heat test, the highest core (which is circa 5-10c hotter than the rest) will hit about 73c

It's not bad, but looking at the volts others are using in comparison, it's not great.

Haha, sorry, you misunderstood me. I was talking strictly about the heat the second GPU outputs (those ~50-~90W figures) in the loop (in contrast to my current configuration with 1 GPU) and its implications on the higher than mine CPU temperatures with lower CPU VCore that you mentioned.
That, along with the 120mm less rad space that you currently have (disregarding rad & fan performance anyway) should explain why you get up to 73o.
Of course, there are many more factors like case, airflow volume, direction and restriction, rad fans, and so on.

But on-comment - I never use voltage offset on the CPU, too.
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Unless under heavy load I imagine the second card should dump no more than 50W in the loop unless you block ULPS and run it at max clock and VCore, at which point the figure would jump to ~90W instead of 50W for your listed OC (assuming you didn't go nuts with the VCore offset smile.gif ).

Don't use vcore offset, just flat volts and no core step either, and yeah I block ULPS. About an hour on the Prime95 max heat test, the highest core (which is circa 5-10c hotter than the rest) will hit about 73c

It's not bad, but looking at the volts others are using in comparison, it's not great.

Haha, sorry, you misunderstood me. I was talking strictly about the heat the second GPU outputs (those ~50-~90W figures) in the loop (in contrast to my current configuration with 1 GPU) and its implications on the higher than mine CPU temperatures with lower CPU VCore that you mentioned.
That, along with the 120mm less rad space that you currently have (disregarding rad & fan performance anyway) should explain why you get up to 73o.
Of course, there are many more factors like case, airflow volume, direction and restriction, rad fans, and so on.

But on-comment - I never use voltage offset on the CPU, too.

Personally, I use turbo voltage.
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On my mobo only way to clock is the ofset - more of the other options are set on auto, but can not be changed. Does someone who has or had asrock z68 pro2 gen3 mobo can give me some advice how to act? I don't need extreme clocks.
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On my mobo only way to clock is the ofset - more of the other options are set on auto, but can not be changed. Does someone who has or had asrock z68 pro2 gen3 mobo can give me some advice how to act? I don't need extreme clocks.

Someone?
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On my mobo only way to clock is the ofset - more of the other options are set on auto, but can not be changed. Does someone who has or had asrock z68 pro2 gen3 mobo can give me some advice how to act? I don't need extreme clocks.

Someone?

What is auto and what isn't? Could you post some screenshots?

You may want to refer to some of the overclocking guide megathreads; for example here, here, and here.
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Those are all OC options i have. All Autos' which are not in the middle can not be changed.
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Those are all OC options i have. All Autos' which are not in the middle can not be changed.


the white autos need a number value. to set them to max which is fine just type 10000 into each. they will prob set max at 500
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